Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Unexpected Gift

When I decided almost 7 years ago that I wanted to homeschool my children my motivation was fairly selfish.  I was so enamored with my beautiful smart 2 year old son that the idea of sending him off to someone … Continue reading

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The Bedtime Struggle?

I was recently out somewhere when I overheard a parent complaining about the nightly struggle to get her children to bed.  The mom was commiserating with another parent who fully understood this struggle and replied with great pity and understanding.  … Continue reading

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The Last Socially Acceptable Prejudice

A few weeks back I came across this gem of an article by CNN contributor LZ Granderson. It was shared approvingly by a few facebook friends, and I couldn’t resist the headline, knowing that the article was probably going to … Continue reading

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